The smell of the interior of a new car is something that makes every manufacturer stand out, and special teams are working on its creation.
The smell of a new car can really be toxic, which technically it is. As it says B92, what passengers in the cabin can smell, is actually a combination of different compounds that result from the evaporation of materials, such as plastic and polyurethane, as well as the paint and glue used in the interior design of the vehicle.
In fact, this was ordered by Alekja Redam and David C. Waltz from the University of California Riverside, who also conducted the study and added that exposure of the respiratory system to these chemicals can be toxic.
It is an aromatic hydrocarbon benzene and formaldehyde, a gaseous compound soluble in water and the simplest aldehyde, and the aforementioned duo states that other materials would be a better solution. Something less harmful.
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